Danielle McCarthy is an interdisciplinary visual artist with a special interest in the expanded fields of painting and drawing. She creates large scale installation and performance projects that seek to engage with life’s momentums and the elaboration of difference through repetitive gestures, interventions and actions. Her creative projects revolve around the idea of torsion between bodies that are suspended within the cross hairs of events, reaching back into memory whilst also reaching out towards the possibilities of the future. Her creative practice acknowledges its debt to feminism through an engagement with those forces that hold bodies together. She creates spatial interventions that set forth in a direction without a destination and that become an exploration of constant change and out ancient evolutionary potential.